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    Oliver 70, Yanmar 1500D, John Deere 301a, Kubota B3030

    Default Re: Steering gear sloppy on Mit MT372

    Is that block heater plug a Hubbell twist lock?
    It's available from Newark and a few other suppliers.
    The Newark stock number for the female is 81F2907.
    Their catalog is US - Electronic Components Distributor | Newark.com
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    Gold Member BTackett's Avatar
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    Default Re: Steering gear sloppy on Mit MT372

    No, its not a twist lock. It is a 2 prong plug in type. The plug is actually curved kinda like a C. I found a replacement at Jeg's but I am not going to pay their $11.95 handling fee on a $12 order.

    Bill

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    Default Re: Steering gear sloppy on Mit MT372

    Adjusting the sector shaft will not fix your problem. You have at the least a bad bearing & possibly a bad steering shaft assembly. If you have just a bad bearing & adjust it to remove the slop, you'll eventually damage the steering shaft assembly( ball/nut assembly). I rebuild steering boxes. Some of the Mitsubishi parts are fairly expensive, but I can sometimes source them from other brands.

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